Competition – Penalty. The Office of Fair Trading (the OFT) had imposed penalties on the claimants, pursuant to the Competition Act 1998, in respect of alleged bid rigging in the construction industry. The claimants, who did not appeal under the Act, sought to challenge the penalties imposed by bringing a common law claim for its restitution. The Chancery Division, in dismissing the claim held that the statutory appeal provided by the Act was the exclusive remedy by which such penalty might be challenged.